It's time for our third (and final) roundup of CES-discovered accessories for your iOS gear. This one includes new ways to charge your iOS devices, wirelessly play your music from them, or even adapt them into battle tanks.
This week’s roundup of Mac accessories offers options for music production and computer protection, as well as a nifty twist on the Swiss Army Knife.
The Lively Up Leather Scout Pack is good-looking, eco-friendly, and adjusts to fit all sorts of goodies, but it could be a bit more comfortable.
Slappa's 17-inch Transit Messenger bag is not messing around.
The Giga Be Earth is a great option for a woman who needs a comfortable, practical bag and wants simple style with some subtle flair.
A comfortable, sturdy bag with plenty of pockets and an impressively low price.
A true unisex bag is difficult to find, and even rarer is a unisex bag that's attractive and well made. Happy Owl Studio's Briefcase for MacBook Air meets all those criteria.
iBackflip Studio's iBackflip Somersault is a protective sling bag that allows you to use your iPad without removing it from the pack itself. As a gadget bag, its great; as an iPad case, not so much.
With room for a 17-inch MacBook, an iPad, plus all of the appropriate chargers and cables, you’ll find that Hex's Fleet Sonic Backpack has ample space to pack your daily essential items--and then some.
Knomo’s compact Saxby Laptop Messenger holds your 15-inch MacBook Pro and everything else you need...but it can’t close when full.